Trinity Education Project
Trinity Education Project
Latest TEP Publications
TEP Resources - Dec 2017 (consolidated)
Guidelines for Student Workload and Assessment- Dec 2017
TEP Glossary of Terms - Oct 2017
5 Facts about the Academic Year Structure for Students - Oct 2017
Overview of the Project and current status available here
Quick Reference Links
The Project has reviewed and brought forward policy / recommendations on the entire Trinity undergraduate curriculum, including teaching, assessment, learning outcomes and logistics. The following is a list of key curriculum components TEP has focused on and developed, with links to further information for each item.
|Academic Year Structure||
For the 2018 / 2019 academic year Trinity will adopt a two semester academic year structure.
An agreed assessment framework that reflects the curriculum principles, is coherent at programme level, introduces diversity into teaching, learning and assessment strategies and facilitates a move away from the strong focus on assessment of learning.
A compulsory, independent piece of work completed in an undergraduate's final year.
|Curriculum Principles & Programme Architecture||
Broad principles and structures underpinning the design and delivery of the curriculum for all Trinity's undergraduate programmes.
|Internships & Student Mobility||
Recommendations are in development that will increase accessibility / opportunity for undergraduates to take up an academic internship and study abroad.
|Module Size Regulations||
Regulations in relation to module sizes and balanced credit load.
A new set of regulations applied to all undergraduate programmes of study to ensure transparent, clear, equitable, intelligible academic processes that is meaningful to all stakeholders and also administratively manageable.
|Trinity Education Project: Phased Implementation of Curriculum Architecture||
The new curriculum architecture will be introduced into undergraduate programmes on a phased basis in 2018/19 (Phase 1 programmes) and 2019/20 (Phase 2 programmes).
|Trinity Electives (TE) & Approved Modules (AM)||
A new set of modules being developed that will allow undergraduates more broad learning opportunities both outside (TE) and inside (AM) their programmes of study.
|Trinity Graduate Attributes||
Qualities, skills and understandings that every undergraduate will have the opportunity to develop as part of their programme of study.
|A full list of all of TEP documentation that has been discussed/ approved at University Council can be found here. (Local access only)|
Please peruse the site and contact us at email@example.com if you cannot locate the information you require.